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Q: What 3 dimensions do you need to find a volume of a rectangular solid object?

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length, width, height

It is 2 cubic feet.

Volume = cross-section area*length

Volume of a rectangular solid is the product of its length, breadth and heigth. Volume= 7x8x4= 224 cubic metres.

The formula for a rectangular solid is to multiply the measurements of Length(L), Width(W) and Height(H). Ex: L x W x H = Volume

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The formula for calculating the volume of a cuboid is width x length x height

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In order to find the volume of a rectangular solid, you need to know the width, height, and depth.;) i love you baby boo boo

Its volume is 2 cubic feet.

height length depth or x , y, and z

A prism is a solid geometric object. If you know its shape and dimensions you can calculate its volume.

A rectangular solid is a polygon, as it is a four-sided, six face object. In two dimensions, it will remain a polygon with intersecting lines at the interior, with no line exceeding the boudary of the edge of the object from any point of view.

The volume of a rectangular prism (or cuboid) with dimensions 8 x 9 x 1 is the product of those three dimensions: 8 x 9 x 1 = 72. If the object is another shape that does not have right angles, the answer will be different. The unit of volume will be the cube of the unit dimension.

20736 cubic inches. It isn't a cube unless all dimensions are the same. This would be a rectangular solid.

It is: 105/(7*5) = 3 feet

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